Professional of the Year - Real Estate and Vacation Home Property Management

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Glenn Hosokawa

Industry: Real Estate
Born: 1949, Japan
Type of Organization: Real estate broker
Major Product: Real estate property/vacation homes
Area of Distribution: International
Expertise: Management
University/Degree: B.S., Botany, Biological Sciences, Loyola Univ., Illinois, 1975; M.S., Plant Chemistry, Botany, Plant Biochemistry, Eastern Illinois Univ., 1977; Ph.D., Plant Biochemistry Botany, Plant Pathology, Agriculture, Plant Research, Univ. of Maryland, 1983
Title: Owner/Real Estate, Business
Honors & Awards: Phi Sigma Society; National Member, Honored Biological Science Society committed to research in Biological Science, 1977; Historian of the Society, 1977
Published Works: Published in honored societies of profession, Journals, Botany, Journal of Botany, Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry, Chemistry, Plant Pathology, magazines; Has written new courses/lecture materials/research programs in universities; Research in U.S.D.A.; Most recent publication, magazine Chicago (owned by Chicago Tribune (o) - "Shore Patrol" Pp 68-73. July 2006.
Affiliations: Numerous including: Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois, University of Maryland - College Park, Maryland, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Museum Associate - Art Institute of Chicago, North American Fishing Club, Bass Magazine Club, Fisherman Club, American Angler, Fly Fisherman, Cooking Club of America, Gourmet, Vogue, Good Sam Club, Ducks Unlimited, WTTW - Channel II, The Wilderness Society, Cooking Light, Cooks Illustrated, Cook's Country
Career Accomplishments: Taught/lectured/researched/published at University of Maryland, Botany Dept. undergraduate students and adult students. At the University of Maryland was involved in the biggest government funded research projects, Air Pollution Studies in the U.S. and world wide research projects. Professor at University of Rhode Island, Dept. of Botany, Kingston, Rhode Island. He also taught/lectured/researched/published works of research. He taught and created new courses at the Dept. of Botany and received state funded grants for the new courses.
Hobbies & Sports: Fishing, sports cars/motor racing, professional athletic events, photography, professional gardening/landscaping, architect, stamp collecting, cooking, speed boats/motor boats